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Jan 15, 2017 10:00pm EST
quote 's really good and you might get addicted. the manifesto was published last fall in the u.s. and is also on sale tonight. ..
Jan 1, 2017 6:00pm PST
quote they have not yet been released either. >>> coming down hard on russia over hacking of u.s. political institutions. the two republican lawmakers at odds over president-elect trump over the cyber attack. (my hero zero by lemonheads)
Jan 1, 2017 10:00pm EST
quote washington, dc, it comes after u.s. officials accused russia of metalling in the election. two russian compounds were locked up after this was a new york and in maryland on friday. and u.s. officials say they used those for intelligence gathering. while politicians from both sides support the move, some say the obama administration is doing too little too late. >> it's not just that russia -- that the president in the administration has been weak on russia. they've actively stopped other efforts by people like me and other republicans in congress from trying to draw a firmer line >> senator mccaine set up a hearing. high level intelligence officials are expected to testify. >>> in cleveland, police are investigating what's inside a bag that was recovered near a plane that was believed to have crashed. police believe the bag could belong to one of the passengers of a plane that crashed thursday
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Jan 8, 2017 11:00am PST
quote russian president vladimir putin wanted to block hillary clinton, that's the blunt assessment of u.s. intelligence agencies on the kremlin effort to influence the 2016 election on donald trump's favor. unclassified report now released after the nation's spy chief brief, congress, president obama and president elect trump, in a moment, we will get the trump team's reaction from incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus, but first, let's bring in chief intelligence correspondent with the latest on what was found, katherine. >> most of the conclusions are at the high confidence level. the central finding is that russian president vladimir putin authorized campaign to undermine and influence the u.s. democratic process with the goal of damaging hillary clinton and the chances of him winning. over russians came to favor donald trump victory. the fbi director james comey and brennon are confident putin we wanted to help mr. trump while
Jan 15, 2017 5:49pm EST
quote country. >> u.s.-israel relations is important to you. you are a citizen lobbyist for the public affairs committee. what is that? rep. schneider: i would come to washington periodically to me with numbers of congress and talk about the importance of the u.s.-israel relationship. they are our most important strategic ally in the region if not the entire world. there are mutual values and priorities, mutual security concerns we share with israel. i'm advocating to make sure that relationship is always steadfast and strong. i have advocated for that before. one i was in congress i was the leader on that issue and i will continue to do that this time around as well. >> what was your reaction when you're the obama administration had abstained from the vote in the united nations security council on jewish settlement in israel? rep. schneider: i was disappointed. i had called on him to veto the resolution before it happened.
Jan 16, 2017 2:00pm PST
quote trump becomes the 45th u.s. president and already, he's pulling no punches when it comes to criticizing one of the u.s.'s closest allies. in his latest interview, trump says the german chancellor,
Jan 11, 2017 8:30pm EST
. that, you don't know that we are probably procuring more u.s. equipments they are competitors. -- than our competitors. bloomberg. ♪ as you have been hearing, donald trump making the headlines. pointed words for china and senate confirmation hearings. rex tillerson once a stronger presence in asia, does he not? it seems to be putting it out anyway. >> it is not necessarily happening according to rex tillerson. he says the south china sea flashpoint, and china's moves on what has been reported to be weapons on this reclaimed claims -- rexhina illegaln calls those actions and extremely worrisome, of the russia's taking crimea. -by u.s.d by fewest senators whether we should take aggressive action to china, this was his reaction. >> we need to make sure that access to those islands will not be allowed. he mentioned china in any other facets. he criticized china for stealing intellectual property. he said he is not opposed to the trends pacific partnership, which was a cornerstone of the obama administration, in his pivot to asia. rishaad: you think you would be agreeing with his boss in
Jan 8, 2017 9:00am PST
quote u.s. election to hurt his rival, hillary clinton. >>> so lots to discuss with incoming white house counsellor kellyanne conway. thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. >> hi jake, my pleasure. >> at the first presidential debate the candidates were asked about cyber attacks on the u.s. this is what then candidate, now president-elect donald trump had to say about the hacking of the democratic national committee. take a listen. >> i don't think anybody knows it was russia that broke into the dnc. she is saying russia, russia, but i don't -- maybe it was. it could be russia. coulds be china. could also be lots of people. could also be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds, okay. you don't know who broke in to dnc. >> now that president-elect trump has been formally briefed has he been convinced that russia carried out a cyber campaign against hillary clinton? and what is he prepared to do about it? >> if you read his entire statement and followed the briefing on friday he makes clear that russia, china, and
Jan 3, 2017 5:00am EST
quote to a mental health facility. >> computer outage at u.s. airports caused thousands of travelers returning from holiday vacations traveling outside of the u.s. to be stuck for hours. they range from 0 minute to two hours and as u.s. customers onlys and border protection process systems were back online at all airports later in >> and new this morning a person is in police custody after crashing into several
Jan 26, 2017 1:00pm EST
position i advice u.s. clients to have a consent to jurisdiction and litigation in a new york court. >> your view is this is working pretty well now the way it is. litigation takes a long time sometimes so it may look like one of our companies are being treated unfairly but people are aware of the legal framework and can guard against it? >> whether a company is adequately protecting themselves may be an open question. whether there is need for additional legal structure to help them i think that is the part i don't get to. i think it is adequate and up to the parties to take advantage of it. >> before we have just as if you can answer later just send us the question about that is in a transactional sense the question of -- and i understand the monopoly issue was a comedy issue whether there are areas where it falls outside of the transaction that there may be entities who have no idea that there is no waiver or there is no jurisdiction. is there a way of dealing with that? >> thank you. excuse me. i wanted to follow up on commissioner shea's question. as i see it there are three ty
Jan 6, 2017 7:00pm PST
and the american vice president. the two spoke by phone on friday. joe biden said the u.s. government supports the 2015 agreement between japan and south korea. he expressed hope both sides will carry it out. shinzo abe said it wouldn't be constructive to go back on the deal. >>> a court in south korea has sentenced a former president of a goods company to seven years in prison. the company made a disinfectant for household humid did i phiers that killed more than 100 people. the labelling on the product said it was safe for children. multiple brands of disinfectants sold in south korea between 2001 and 2011 contained toxic chemicals. they caused lung ailments that killed 113 people including infants. the largest number of deaths was caused by products from the company oxi legit bankeeser. it's a subsidiary of a british goods distributor. the sole central district court ruled that shin kwan yu falsely advertised when he was president of the company. the court also gave a seven-year prison sentence to the former head of the development lab. the executives at some labs were also found guilty. >>
Jan 13, 2017 5:00am PST
the u.s. and china have cooled in the lead-up to next week's inauguration of president-elect donald trump. but what's in store for the relationship once he's in office? our first story takes a look. >> reporter: chinese state television issuing a strong message to th u.s. a abo the region. the country senent out warships includuding its first aircraft carrier on military exercises in late december. the ship's route included waters around the taiwan strait, and the disputed south china sea. the reaction from the taiwanese? >> reporter: some of the drills coincided with taiwan president's tsai ing-wen's meeting with republican lawmakers in the united states. tensions started to rise back in december. president-elect donald trump took a phone call from prededent tsai after his election win. it was the first such phone call since 1979, the year the u.s. switched diplomatic recognition from taiwan to china and started to follow the one-china principle. it acknowledges taiwan is part of china. an asia-pacific region expert says china's military drills show the country is concerned. >> alt
Jan 5, 2017 7:00pm PST
.m. in tokyo. i'm catherine kobayashi. >>> u.s. president-elect donald trump says he wants to make america great again. one way to do that is create jobs in the united states. he's criticized manufacturers who plan to make cars overseas. he's now going after toyota motor. we have who is saying what. give us the details. >> toyota has been planning for a few years to build a new factory in mexico. on thursday, trump criticized that plan tweeting that toyota should be slapped with heavy taxes if the factory is actually built. that is because he doesn't want toyota to make cars in mexico if they are to be sold in the u.s. his twitter message reads, toyota motor says will build a new plant in baja, mexico to build corolla cars for u.s. no way. build in u.s. or pay big border tax. trump is calling for a review of the north american free trade agreement or nafta. he said the move is needed to protect u.s. jobs. he warns he will impose a 35% tariff on products made overseas by u.s. companies. following the tweet officials at toyota have told nhk that the plant in mexico will be a flu facility and
Jan 9, 2017 11:00pm EST
. reboundingcross asia following that risk off tone set by the u.s., the asian benchmark gaining .3%, but not helped by japan, which has returned from its holiday. ,e are seeing government debt tracking those gains in u.s. treasuries, and i understand you are taking a look at that as well. yousef: you understand correctly. that is what i am looking at. we have brexit, which spurred the demand for safe havens. into perspective when it comes to 10 year treasury yields, it tells a different story. this chart goes back to 1985, younger than i am, and we are in a classic textbook a story of a bear market. quarterlyll below the resistance line, so we need to go over that to break through that, so you are looking at two point 38%, and you need 2.8% to break through that line, and that will be by the end of march, which analysts are saying something completely different. 2.4%, so stillay a long ways to go, and important to put some perspective in all of this. what are you looking at? u.s.: if you're looking at yields arise, then a stronger u.s. dollar, and that affecting markets across asia. india gaining .
Jan 20, 2017 7:00pm PST
of allegiance to all-americans. >> now as u.s. president donald trump has pledged to bring back jobs for americans and rebuild the country's infrastructure. >> we will follow two simple rules, buy american and hire american. we will seek friendships and goodwill with the nations of the world but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first. together we will make america strong again. we will make america wealthy again. we will make america proud again. we will make america gave again and, yes, together we will make america great again. thank you. god bless you. and god bless america! >> thousands of people flocked to the capitol for the celebration, but about 60 democratic party lawmakers boycotted the event. >>> nhk world's katherine could he b-- kobayashi is in washington, d.c. >> reporter: president-elect trump said he will bring the power back to the people and make america great again. it will be now on america first. i spoke to some people here in the national mall after trump's address. one man from new jersey said it was
Jan 15, 2017 11:00pm EST
brexit, the latest number there, again to the downside. the kleins of 19% against the u.s. dollar since the decision to leave the eu. downside potential, but let's look at the market action in a ship. sensexi'm looking at the in mumbai, losing for a second consecutive session, though not a lot of movement, down .1%. the hang seng index down 1% after it rallied for three consecutive weeks, mainland flowing into hong kong shares to hedge that yuan depreciation and capital controls on the mainland. down 1%, the yen gathering momentum as it strengthens. of course, a couple of hours away from the open of trade in the middle east, so what are you watching? 10:00 a.m. local time here, looking at a mixed picture, downside pressure in dubai. point 1%, real estate stocks driving that off comments after the saudi housing minister spoke. there, that stock was up. egypt, gains of .5%, a new record there. a quick note, some of the key emerging-market currencies, the turkish lira, goldman sachs saying it is underweight turkish domestic debt amid geopolitical uncertainty, and the challenging macro dyna
Jan 6, 2017 5:00am PST
words, u.s. president-elect donald trump tells toyota to build a plant in the u.s. or pay a big border tax. >>> and a message for washington -- china prepares for the trump era with a major military exercise. and calls for cooperation. >>> japanese government is taking action after a statue of a girl was put up in front of its consulates in south korea. the statue symbolizes those referred to as comfort women and it was installed by a group that supports them. >> translator: the governments of japan and south korea decided to settle the comfort women finally and irreversibly. >> yoshihide suga said japan will temporarily recall some diplomats, including its ambassador and adds high-level economic talksks will b be suspended. tokyo has yet to decide how long that will go on for. suga says it is extremely regrettable japan is taking these measures against what he calls an important neighbor. a spokesperson with south korea's foreign ministry responded. >> japan's actions are extremely regrettable. >> he also stressed the importance of continuing to develop bilateral ties despite any diff
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Jan 1, 2017 7:00am PST
quote for being with us as you know turkey pattern with u.s. against isis what is your reaction to this massacre that murdered 39 people? >> first you up gregg happy new year, you look at turkey start off with another what appears to be terrorist attack in -- becoming far too familiar in america around the world, you our hearts go out to turkish people victims of attack and families, gregg as
Jan 7, 2017 11:00pm EST
♪ yousef: crude climbs to a high. trump labels opponents "fools." and the u.s. labor market displayed its resilience as the dallas fed president says it's time to end the policy of accommodation. yousef: it's 8 a.m. in dubai, 5:00 a.m. in london. vomiting -- of i'm yousef. tracy: and i'm tracy alloway. yousef: we saw that record again in the yuan. here are the numbers as they came in. the line and white, that is your in was in mind, $3 trillion the key level we were looking at. that is your line in red there. anything below that would have led to more capital outflows, and the consensus was policymakers would move to make go below they did not that redline. also highlighted in blue, that is your spread between onshore and offshore, which again, as you can see, take a look at that pop we saw last week. that, of course, is the focus on the global investment themes we discussed. tracy: i love this choice, because some a yousef, so far this year the chinese money markets have been then the story -- have been the story of 2017. yousef: we're looking at the u.s. ec
Jan 11, 2017 9:00pm EST
.5%, japanese pharma stocks are following the route in u.s. health care companies given trump's comments on pricing and the industry not being competitive enough. drugmaker,'s biggest set to expand its u.s. footprint . some other equities on the nikkei in the red, family mart , but this isnes not working right now. thee can see perhaps on bigger map here, we can see what's going on with the nikkei two to five, japanese shares down .8%, family mart showing what is happening with the retail space as retailers struggle with softening consumer demand. some poor results posted overnight, and later this afternoon, fast retailing and others. thehe region, gains on kospi, the shanghai composite higher. , shares other red spot and wellington down 10%, materials lifting the story on the asx 200. the big theme is what is happening with that dollar drop, lower for a second day. as we started off, that yen strengthening. well, our top story, thank you very much indeed for that, sophie. being questioned as part of this bribery investigation in golfing the country. it has already brought down the presi
think about u.s.-japan technological cooperation and how we move forward from this point. and that is from the point of view of industrial security. it's one thing to talk about technology sharing, technology co-development, about technology co-production, but there is always the overarching question of how you go about predicting that technology and the data and the algorithms that accompany it from falling into the wrong hands or even falling into prying hands, prying where they don't belong. and that's what the issue about industrial security comes down to. and it is i think -- it's important to realize one of the least discussed but perhaps one of the most essential and indispensable aspects of building a strong u.s.-japan defense technology cooperation regime is that it must be undergirded by a robust industrial security regime. and the dimensions of this problem to deal with are i think enormous. particularly when we consider the one particular bad actor, by no means the only one but one particular bad actor in this mix from the point of view of industrial security,
Jan 15, 2017 8:00am EST
quote of those being hunted. it wasn't until the first year of this century that the u.s. government acknowledged much of this dark history. but even that acknowledgment came with the secret internal justice department report that officials did not want to release. in 2010, eric wrote a story about that document which became the impetus of the book. a review of the book in the new
Jan 15, 2017 3:37pm EST
quote the national mall. this is just under 25 minutes. -- courtesy ofly the u.s. in a recording studio. [applause] >> governor, are you prepared to take the constitutional oath? place your left and on the bible and raise right hand and repeat after me. i, ronald reagan do solemnly swear. governor reagan: i, ronald reagan do solemnly swear. >> i will faithfully execute the office of president of the united states.
Jan 15, 2017 11:00pm PST
quote this their first stand but not last. [singing] obamacare... including u-s senator kamala harris. in >> at a rally ins los angeles hundreds defended oba ama care including harris n. california 5 million people are covered through the affordable care act. >>> in the nation's capitol preparations for trump's inauguration are well under way. our cbs reporters shows us what to expect. >> the stage is set for president-elect trump and vice president elect mike pepbs to be sworn in. at a parade practice run today, stand ins tried to make it lock like the real deal with security in place. temporary fences are up throughout much of the city and homeland security says law enforcement is ready. >> this includes approximately 10,000 individuals from the
Jan 18, 2017 6:00am PST
quote . george h.w. bush the oldest living former u.s. president. >> president obama will hold his last news conference today. yesterday the president survived white house press secretary josh earnest, walking in back into his final white house briefing. he is expected to address white house reporters for the last time about 11:15 this morning, our time, president obama. >>> the pink out day rally was held at the state capital yesterday. the republicans want to cut federal funding to planned parenthood as part of their repealing the affordable care act. >> is it's important for women to be in charge of their bodies and have control of that, and
Jan 18, 2017 11:00am EST
quote memorial. this is a look now at the u.s. capitol, where president-elect trump will take the oath of office at noon on friday. it will happen on a huge platform on the western end of building. security will be very tight. nearly 100 demonstrations are planned this week. the national parks service received five times as many applications for demonstrations than normal. officials are planning for between 800 and 900,000 people
Jan 18, 2017 4:00am PST
quote information later today. he is the oldest living former u.s. president. >>> well, president-elect donald trump spoke last night at the chairman's global dinner in in washington d.c. about 500 people were at this invitation only event, including international diplomats and major business leaders. he praised vice president-elect mike pence. >> although i had a couple of beauties i could have picked, but maybe would have not worked out like mike. i want to thank mike and karen, and all of the people in the room. >> the president-elect also predicted the turnout for his inauguration on friday will set a record. >>> well, an anti-trump protester is recovering from burns after a bizarre incident
Jan 18, 2017 12:30pm EST
quote and doctors are pleased with the progress. bush the oldest living u.s. president was taken to the hospital on tuesday. he has a form of parkinson's and uses a wheelchair to get around. >>> it's school of media and communications is getting a new name in honor of a broadcasting pioneer that has a special place into "action news" history. katherine scott has more on the announcement. >> through his teaching and philanthropy, over the years lou klein has helped countless temple students and they are renaming their school of media and communication to honor him. for decades lou klein made his mark on the broadcasting industry and they announce that their school of communication will take his name. it's fitting. >> no one deserves it more than
Jan 18, 2017 5:00am PST
quote done before. [ applause and cheers ] >> meanwhile, in the u.s. senate, confirmation hearings continue today for more cabinet nominees. among them secretary of commercial nominee wilbur ross and tom price for department of health and human services. >>> president-elect donald
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Jan 12, 2017 5:00am EST
quote the central u.s. and part of the energy coming from the west where they receive adequate amounts of rain and over 100 inches of snow at the storm system.
Jan 21, 2017 6:30pm EST
quote , met by one of the largest inauguration-related demonstrations in u.s. history. a sea of protesters, mostly women, marching on washington today. organizers and other officials claiming big turnout. and not just here in the nation's capital. millions marched in cities around the country, from los angeles to st. louis, chicago to boston. and take a look at the map. those protests dotting the nation. an estimated 670 events taking place worldwide. this woman right here echoing today's themes of solidarity and defiance. her sign, "tweet women with respect." abc's matt gutman has been following the movement all day, and he starts us off. >> reporter: tonight, that boisterous condemnation of president donald trump, filling
Jan 11, 2017 5:00am PST
. mother a here are some of the stories we are following. >> yes we can, yes, we did. yes, we can. >> u.s. president obama gives his farewell address. >>> f-35s en route. the u.s. military has deployed state-of-the-art fighters to japan. >>> and looking ahead. we ask an expert what dronald trump's presidency could mean for japan. >>> president obama has said good-bye. obama wrapped up his eight years in office by looking back at some of his achievements. >> thank you. [cheers and applause] if i had told you that we would open up a new chapter with the cuban people, shut down iran's nuclear weapons program without firing a shot, take out the master mind of 9/11, if i had told you that we would win marriage equality and secure the right to health insurance for another 20 million of our fellow citizens, if i had told you all that, you might have said our sights were set a little too high. >> and he looked ahead to what he calls the greatest threat to democracy. >> we must guard against a weakening of the values that make us who we are. and that's why, for the past eight years, i've worked to
Jan 23, 2017 8:00pm EST
billion u.s. dollars, driven largely by the rising price of semiconductors. a recovery in its mobile business. you have to compare that against bloomberg analyst estimates which was 7 trillion, so slightly lower than expected. operating profit, -- if you look down at the divisional breakdown, which is what is interesting and we got today, you will see the chip billion very well, $4.2 as compared to 2.8 trillion euro layer. essentially, demand around the world is up, among one of the biggest chipmakers in the world. that is driving up the price further, which is great news. rishaad: what are they saying about that? what are they saying about the rest of the different silos or product lines they have for this year? rosalind: they are saying in the first quarter, they do expect earnings overall to decline quarter on quarter. earnings and some businesses are set to increase because, for example, increased marketing and in the mobile business also what they call weak seasonal demand. sold 16 million televisions in the fourth quarter but have seen sales falling 40% in the first quarter. in
Jan 23, 2017 6:00pm PST
host: this is "dw news" live from berlin. the first week of business for u.s. president donald trump, and it's all about business. trump signs in order withdrawing the u.s. from the transpacific partnership trade deal. >> great thing for the american worker, what we just did. host: but how likely is this measure to protect jobs in the united states? opinions tonight are divided. also coming up, new signs of a breakthrough and new talks on syria in kazakhstan as the delegations trade insults. we will speak to our correspondent. celebrations in gambia as new president -- the new president prepares to return home. millions of dollars are missing from state coffers after the country's former president leaves for a life in exile. it's good to have you with us. u.s. president donald trump has begun making his mark on domestic and foreign policy. on his first monday morning in office, he signed an order pulling the u.s. out of the transpacific partnership trade deal. he placed a freeze on hiring federal workers. he moved to ban funds for international groups that perform abortions. at
Jan 26, 2017 11:00am EST
of the transactions by china in the u.s. economy since 1995, and giving aus detailed e perspective of the activities of the chinese companies in the u.s. economy. my colleagues and i have published many articles and we have recently produced a report for the commission that summarizes the recent trends and analyzing the implications for the u.s. policy. in my remarks today, i would like to present the most important data point, and the recommendations that we draw from the research. starting with the data highlight, and first, i think that commissioner wetzel mention manied it. the official statistics are a poor measurement for the scale and pattern of the chinese in the u.s. it is not because the chinese companies are trying to flow below the radar, but it is because the statisticaling agents in china and the u.s. are tasked with capturing financial flows based on the balance of payments considerations. alternative data set based on the collecting aggravating transactions are therefore indispensable for understanding the trends of chinese investment. looking at the transactions data, we will see th and listen live on the c-span radio app. now military experts on u.s./japan relationships with defense and cyber security. part of a forum hosted by the hudson institute. >> so i think we want to get started here with our last but by no means our least panel. this is the panel in which i think in many ways, sort of puts the seal on how we think about u.s./japan technological cooperation and how we move forward from this point. and that is from the point of view from industrial security. it's one thing to talk about technology sharing, technology codevelopment coproduction but how you go about protecting that technology and the data from the wrong hands or prying hands, prying where they don't belong and that's what the issue about industrial security comes down to. and it's important to realize one of the aspects of building a strong u.s./japan defense technology cooperation regime is that it must be undergirded by a robust industrial security regime. and the dimensions of this problem to deal with, i think, are enormous. particularly when we consider the one particular bad actor, by n
Jan 30, 2017 2:30am EST
countries. the department of homeland security says permanent u.s. residents from nations covered by the executive order should no longer be detained at airports. the agency statements came as airline crews gave immigration officers conflicting edicts. thousands crowds of gathered from new york to atlanta to detroit on sunday to protest the travel restrictions. trump also drew criticisms from global airlines like canadian -- from global allies, including justin judo from canada, german chancellor angela merkel. people from his own party, notably john mccain and lindsey graham, in a joint statement suggested the action had been too broad and potentially damaging to the u.s. u.k. prime minister theresa may is to meet leaders of scotland, wales, and northern ireland days after judges ruled they need not be consulted about brexit. according to statements released by mays office, among those joining the meeting will be brexit secretary david davis and trade secretary liam fox. the supreme court said the process of leaving the eu will require approval of the u.k. parliament, but not of
Jan 6, 2017 4:00am EST
as a u.s. court blocks the sale of its cholesterol drug with the french firm saying it will appeal the decision. >>> san francisco fed president john williams tells cnbc exclusively that fiscal stimulus will only have a modest effect on growth, but says the fomc's aim to tighten policy is appropriate. >> the tendency of the views of my colleagues of one to three rate hikes are a reasonable view given that employment is 1.6%, the economy is growing to 2% and inflation is growing back to 2%. that's a reasonable assumption. >>> good morning. tgif. we have a lot going on today. we have a preview to the jobs report. a big reversal in the yuan against the dollar, but it's all covered for you. let's kick things off with a look at european equity markets. we are modestly trading to the down side to the tune of 0.2% on the stoxx 600. it is jobs day in the u.s. the first jobs report of the year and we're expecting a print of about $178,000 jobs. let's look at the indices one by one. the ftse 100 eking out a modest gain of one or two points. the ftse is heading for the fifth week of gains. th
Jan 28, 2017 12:00am PST
vanier. you're watching "cnn newsroom." the world is reacting to the latest executive order u.s. president donald trump has signed. he wants to indefinitely stop syrian refugees from entering the country and wants a 90 day ban on visitors from seven countries with a muslim majority. the executive order also wants new screening procedures to find out how applicants feel about america. mr. trump says he is trying to keep terrorists out of the united states. eugene scott joins me from london. i'm supposed we shouldn't be surprised with this. this is all keeping with president trump's campaign promises. >> this is what the president promised in december 2015. but back then he was criticized by many people in his party as well. and so people weren't sure he was going to move forward with this idea. but it appears he has and it actually could end up being brad broader than what he originally proposed. >> does this square with the u.s. constitution? >> well certainly not according to some of donald trump's critics. we've already seen some islam non-profits that are sensitive to refugee
Jan 10, 2017 5:00am PST
. >>> investing in america. japanese auto giant toyota will spend billions in the u.s. following criticism by president-elect donald trump. >>> and looking ahead. thousands of people in japan acelebrating the start of their adult lives this week after making the country's coming of age day. >>> japan's top diplomats to south korea have briefed prime minister shinzo abe on a diplomatic row. they were temporarily recalled in protest over a statue outside the japanese consulate general in pusan. the figure symbolizes people referred to as comfort women. abe recalled the ambassador along with the japanese consul general to pusan. he heard from them tuesday on seoul's response to the issue. japanese government officials have been calling on south korea to remove the statue. they say it runs counter to a 2015 bilateral agreement. the agreement states that south korea will strive to resolve the conflict over a similar statue in front of the japanese embassy in seoul. japan's chief cabinet secretary yoshihide suga told reporters south korea has said that there's no change to its position. it says
Jan 16, 2017 5:00am PST
are making moves they hope will defer crimes by u.s. base workers in japan. they've signed a pact limiting the scope of protection afforded to civilians in japan. the agreement follows the arrest of a base worker over the killing of a woman in okinawa. under the japan u.s. status forces agreement the u.s. military has the primary right to exercise jurisisdictio over civilian employees accused of crime while on due tichlt but on monday, that changed as the two countries signed a supplemental pact. it limits the categories of civilian workers and it sets stricter criteria for the employees contracted by the military. >> translator: it is our hope that the management and supervision of the u.s. civilian component will be further enhanced and will help preventre kurnss of accidents involving the u.s. civilian component. >> this agreement underscores the commitment of the united states government to ensure that u.s. forces are prepared and ready to meet our treaty commitment in the defense of japan. >> but the governor of okinawa says it's not enough to improve the implementation of the agreeme
Jan 26, 2017 6:00pm PST
♪ brent: this is "dw news." mexico's slap in the face for u.s. president donald trump. trump told the president of mexico not to come to washington to beat him if he refuses to pay for the border wall. president nieto tweeted back, i won't. we go live to washington more on the border wall turning into a border war appeared also, the german teenager order to kill by islamic state. i.s. is said to have abused social media to tell her to murder a policeman. we will ask how serious is the problem of youth radicalization in germany. and new plans to stem the flow of migrants from africa to europe. we will speak to our correspondent in malta where eu ministers have been meeting to find solutions to one of humanity's biggest crises. ♪ brent: it is good to have you with us. he has only been in office one week but donald trump is drawing fire yet again over his comments and those executive orders. his renewed support for using torture and his insistence on building a border wall with mexico getting lots of attention. the u.s. president is in philadelphia where he addressed were to look a
Jan 31, 2017 5:00am PST
removing the debris by 2021 . they say the whole process could take up to 40 years. >>> the fallout over u.s. president donald trump's controversial immigration order has led to the dismissal of the government's top lawyer. trump fired acting attorney general sally yates after saying she refused to defend the action. yates sent out a notice within her department saying she is not convinced trump's executive order is lawful. she was an appointee of democratic president barack obama. trump's order temporarily bans people from seven countries in the middle east and africa as well as all refugees from entering the united states. he defended the action on monday. >> actually, i had a very good day yesterday. in terms of homeland security and some day we had to make the move and we decided to make the move. >> some travelers were detained at airports across the country after they were denied entry into the country. he says computers were causing problems. he cited the secretary of homeland security saying all was going well. a spokesperson for obama says the former president supports the ongoing p
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